Lagoon Point is a neighborhood that embodies a nautical lifestyle. Boaters have easy access to Admiralty Inlet, which allows them to sail to Port Townsend, Deception Pass, the San Juan Islands, and points north and south in the Puget Sound. The neighborhood features two county parks that provide limited beach access with views of the shipping lanes of Admiralty Inlet and the Olympic Mountains. Have questions about this?
"We love being able to board our boat and sail over to Port Townsend whenever we please ~Sue and Jeff R.
Originally a salt marsh lagoon, developers in the early 1960s dredged the area to create canals that allow for private boat storage. Homes built on the bluff 200 feet above Lagoon Point’s canals enjoy breathtaking views of Admiralty Inlet and the Olympic Mountains. The neighborhood features two boat ramps, floating docks, a jetty, bulkhead, a beach, and a bridge.
Located on south Whidbey Island, Greenbank, Freeland, Langley, and Clinton are nearby as well as South Whidbey State Park and Meerkerk Gardens. Clinton is home to the ferry that sails to Mukilteo providing a connection to the mainland.
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